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Fire Risk Assessment Network Releases New Fire Safety Infographic for Business Owners

by Evan Nasseri This is Evan, an expert in Internet Marketing

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London, UK (February 15th 2018) - The Fire Risk Assessment Network releases a new infographic detailing the responsibilities of employers (and building owners or occupiers) in regards to fire safety in the workplace. The visually compelling, easy to understand infographic also includes information about general safety hazards, fire risk assessments and the law.

It is of the utmost importance that those responsible for workplaces and other buildings to which the public have access can avoid fires by taking responsibility for and adopting the right behaviours and procedures including carrying out a fire risk assessment and keep it up to date.

The purpose of a fire risk assessment is to identify the fire hazards, identify people at risk, evaluate, remove or reduce the risks, record your findings, prepare an emergency plan and provide training and review and update regularly.

About the Fire Risk Assessment Network
The Fire Risk Assessment Network is one of the best-known companies in the UK for connecting businesses to fire risk assessors to carry out fire risk assessments. Fire risk assessments are carried for any type of building, anywhere in the country. Customers can visit the company website to request a free quote.

For more information, please visit https://fire-risk-assessment-network.com/fire-risk-assessment-infographic

Media contact:
John Smith
Fire Risk Assessment Network
Office 34
67-68 Hatton Garden
London
EC1N 8JY
United Kingdom
020 3322 3829
Email: service@fire-risk-assessment-network.com
Website: https://fire-risk-assessment-network.com

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